I am grateful to Little Brown for allowing me to include all of the notes here on the website.
The database on enslaved Christian literate producers (Coming March 2024) that can be located under "resources" was made possible by a grant from the Catholic Biblical Association.
In addition, there are a number of online resources and tools without which it would have been difficult to do the research for the book or have the website function as well as it does.
Perseus Digital Library Gregory R. Crane, Editor in Chief, Tufts University.
Associations in the Greco-Roman World. An Expanding Collection of Inscriptions, Papyri, and Other Sources in Translation. Richard A. Ascough, Philip Harland, John S. Kloppenborg.
LatinNow (Latinization of the North-Western Roman Provinces: Sociolinguistics, Epigraphy, and Archaeology). Alex Mullen, Director, University of Nottingham.
Orbis The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World. Walter Scheidel, Elijah Meeks, Karl Grossner, Noemi Alvarez. Stanford University.
Pleiades a collaboration between the Institure for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University and the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Papyri.info a searchable online resource that aggregates information about papyri from a variety of other sites. A collaboration between the Institure for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University and the Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing at Duke University.
Special thanks to the following individuals:
Chance Bonar, Claire Bubb, Mike Chin, Joel Christensen, Christy Cobb, Javal Coleman, Jeremiah Coogan, Nicolette D'Angelo, Nick Elder, Tom Geue, Jon Hatter, Joseph Howley, John Izzo, Cat Lambert, Matthew Larsen, Mark Letteney, AnneMarie Luijendijk, Timothy Luckritz Marquis, Dan McClellan, Luis Menendez-Antuña, Marcia Moss, Ellen Muehlberger, Brent Nongbri, Matthew Novenson, Angela Parker, Kelsie Rodenbiker, Sarah Rollens, Katherine Shaner, Mitzi Smith, Shively Smith, Isaac Soon, Brett Stein, Robyn Walsh, and Tim Whitmarsh.
Finally, Alicia Aldrete copyedited all of the notes on this website and I am enormously grateful to her for that.